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nadim messihi
does it affect performance to use 50 fps clips in a 25 fps sequence?
on May 24, 2018 at 7:30:22 pm

hello i am editing a feature film,

my sequence settings and clips are at 25 fps, however i have over 400 50 fps shots should i interpret them as 25fps and speed them up to 200?

or keeping them at 50 is fine ?

i read somewhere that it affects premiere's performance and im kind of OCD when it comes to timeline optimization and clarity.

does someone have an answer?

Thank you !

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Ann Bens
Re: does it affect performance to use 50 fps clips in a 25 fps sequence?
on May 24, 2018 at 7:44:20 pm

Keep them 50p and just drop them in the timeline.

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nadim messihi
Re: does it affect performance to use 50 fps clips in a 25 fps sequence?
on May 24, 2018 at 8:31:23 pm

thank you !

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Editing the human journey...

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►Ram: 82 gb

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Dave LaRonde
Re: does it affect performance to use 50 fps clips in a 25 fps sequence?
on May 24, 2018 at 7:46:35 pm

Assuming it's progressive-scan video and not interlaced, 50fps footage in a 25fps timeline works fine.

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nadim messihi
Re: does it affect performance to use 50 fps clips in a 25 fps sequence?
on May 24, 2018 at 8:31:41 pm

thank you !

" Ad Alta Ad Infinitum "

Editing the human journey...

Technical Rig:

►Cpu: i7 - 4300 K
►Gpu: GTX 1070
►Ram: 82 gb

Thank you for Helping!



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